University of Arizona: Pro-Life Group Denied Recognition Over Belief Requirement
- "Victory: Pro-Life Student Group Finally Recognized at University of Arizona," April 21, 2010: In a victory for freedom of association, the University of Arizona has reversed course and granted its Students for Life (SFL) group official recognition. The decision gives the group equal access to university resources. SFL's application was initially denied by UA's student government because the group's proposed constitution required that members share beliefs about the sanctity of human life. After the student government denied recognition to his group, SFL founder Jeremiah Lange came to FIRE for help.
- "Second Response to FIRE from University of Arizona," April 14, 2010
- "FIRE Response to University of Arizona," April 1, 2010
- "Response to FIRE from University of Arizona Executive Director of Student Unions Bill Shiba," March 29, 2010
- "Letter from FIRE to University of Arizona President Robert N. Shelton," March 15, 2010
- "E-Mail to Students for Life at the University of Arizona from Jarrett Benkendorfer Club and Organization Standards Board Director," February 25, 2010
- "Victory for Freedom of Association for University of Arizona Pro-Life Group," by Robert Shibley, April 21, 2010